i am a long distance bicycler tourer, averaging 50 to 70 miles daily.
I just find that the Clark wraps me up. I like to sleep on my side, and the Clark is very confining. I need to have more freedom of leg movement. I have actually been awakened by a horrible leg cramp, that is just plain wicked, because you are trapped in the hammock, and you need to get out pronto, to stretch that calf muscle.
I have tried different positions, bought a Big Agnes bag and pad, so as to slip the pad inside the sleeve, tried different angles, lots of sag, no sag, etc.
Maybe the hammock style is just not conducive for long distance bicycle travel. I find that most bike people gravitate to the Speer's single ply tarp tents.
I thought the HH might not have the banana effect as much as the Clark.
Just frustrated and would like to be successful.
Would have grabbed that basic Explorer from Hangnout, but it looks like Dirtpacker grabbed it unless Hangnout doesn't want to drop the price. That seems like a cheaper way to try the HH style. I live in the Salt Lake City valley, and if there are any members in the vicinity, I would welcome some help and hints in trying to make this work for me.
Thanks again, sorry for a long first post.